File:BILL 'KEN BARLOW' ROACHE RAPPING 'J'TAIME TEDDY BEAR'
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|description||If anyone else has this video on the internet i will be astonished. This embarressing moment from THIS MORNING TV show- will surely haunt Bill forever!
So rare! It was released as a CD (the song!)- but i can't find it anywhere! The comedy appeal is a must! N.B This is not live- and is mimed!! Which makes it even more horrifying. Enjoy if you dare!! was shown in part on TV'S WORST MUSIC MOMENTS! Mine is the full UNCUT version.
Got this info from a Coronation Street site - Ken and the crook 18 April 1,999
BROKE Coronation Street star Bill Roache has teamed up with a convicted fraudster in a desperate bid to clear his £300,000 debts - by becoming a pop star! Bill, 66, is so hungry for cash he is releasing a rap version of the raunchy Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin classic Je T'Aime.
The elderly heart-throb, who has played dull Ken Barlow in the soap since 1,960, is even reduced to humiliating night club appearances where he does "bump 'n' grind" shows with young dancing girls to the tune Danse L'Amour. But the ex-jailbird behind the embarrasing pop plan said: "I've convinced him that a pop career is a way to sort out his troubles." And Ken said: "I really enjoy it. It's not just a song or dance but a whole lifestyle thing - dress, music, everything."
Bill, whose troubles began when he sued a newspaper for calling him boring, has already begun a nightclub tour of Britain to promote his new career. The pensioner pop star drew wild screams and guffaws of laughter from 900 revellers at his first gig in the Goldiggers club in Chippenham, Wilts, when he appeared on stage with two gyrating girl dancers. But we can reveal that the man the actor has gone into business with is Muhammed Naviede, who has been to prison for fraud and has been disqualified as a company director.
In 1,991, the Arrows finance group, of which Naviede was a director, collapsed owing more than £100 million. The Cheshire-based company was chased for cash by 20 banks and other creditors. Then in 1,995 he was jailed for nine years at the Old Bailey after a six-month trial for a £45 million business scam. The sentence was later reduced to six on appeal and he has since qualified for early release.
The court heard how Naviede used money borrowed by his firm to finance a lavish lifestyle when he mixed with a host of famous showbiz stars. He was found guilty of making false statements and obtaining property and services by deception. But despite Naviede's shady past, twice-married, father-of-four Bill has remained a long-time pal and even visited him regularly in jail.
Naviede, 45, boasted: "He's a natural on stage. You only had to be there to see how much Bill enjoyed himself. "We go back many, many years - maybe 20 or even more. He's one of my best friends. "Bill was brilliant to me when I was in prison, coming to see me many times. "Now I want to pay him back for his support by making sure his pop career takes off." Naviede, of Hale, Cheshire, said: "I see this as a new start for both Bill and myself. We've both been through some very hard times."
Bill won £50,000 libel damages when he sued the newspaper that dubbed him boring. But it all went wrong when he sued his lawyers for not winning him enough. Despite his £165,000-a-year salary for playing the longest-running character by one actor on TV he had to declare himself bankrupt.
Naviede scoffed at the boring tag - Je T'Aime's lyrics actively describe a woman and man's joy as they make love. It was No 1 in 1,969 despite being banned by the BBC. And fans who catch Bill's live club act have been amazed at his transformation. Surrounded by the gorgeous female dancers he raps seductively. Naviede bragged: "His performance will leave people in no doubt that his Coronation Street character ends once the cameras are off. "Je T'Aime was one of the sexiest songs ever made. And my Bill - he's a very good-looking guy too!"Ha ha ha!
|title||BILL 'KEN BARLOW' ROACHE RAPPING 'J'TAIME TEDDY BEAR'|